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will split their lands in half. >> in russia, and u.s. beef and pork have been banned. another example of how relations between the two countries are cooling. -- february 24 on link tv. >> hello again. north korea has tested a nuclear bomb. experts believe the blast was twice as parcel as a previous test in 2009. signs of the underground detonation came when a man made earthquake was detected go- around an aside. u.s. steel logical serving as measured magnitude 4.9, considerably more powerful than previous tests. world leaders have condemned it and there have been protests in south korea. many catholics are wondering who will become their next leader pulling the unexpected resignation of post-annexation common 16. the 85-year-old says he is too old to carry out his duties. -- the unexpected resignation of pope benedict xvi. millions of americans will be watching to find out president obama's plan to create jobs. in tunisia, the ruling party says an agreement on a new national government is expected within days, following protests after the assassination of an outspoken opposition politician.
'll make some money. liz: where will you be long at this point? >> i'm long russia. i bought russia since we spoke last. i'm long the ruble, and i'm trying to buy the russianing bond market, speaking of bonds. david: now, you were short the euro last time you were here. are you surprised the staying value of the euro? >> i'm startled, i'm more than startled, i'm stunned. david: have you lost money? >> no, no, no, i got out. i bout swiss francs because i figured it would maybe break free. the euro's gone up more. speaking of timing, you see how smart i am, you know? [laughter] david: you win some, you lose some. >> well, listen, the swiss franc is up -- david: why the russian ruble? >> everybody hates russia. for 46 years -- david: i like the russians, but i don't like putin at all. >> for 46 years i was bearish on russia. i think they've changed. i think mr. putin's changed. i didn't say i'm inviting him to dinner, but he's changed. liz: well, you are heavy commodities, we just had the ceo of the world's largest aluminum company, he's doing just fine going into norris nickel. a lot of tha
. . >>> rainy nights in the streets of russia turned into a deadly night for a pair of cops. check out what happens here. the cops are following a car. they make the stop. you see one guy immediately get right out of the car. the officer walks up to him. they see him shake hands. seems to be a cordial meeting. they pop the trunk, they look inside. don't seem to find anything illegal or anything that frightens the officers or gives them any reason to take defense. and then at this point of the video, you see one officer at the back of the car. two of the men in the vehicle outside. the officer talking to one of the twice. he begins to pat around him like he's looking for something in his pocket. watch what he pulls out. >> oh. turns into a shoot-out withes the officers. the car drives off, one of the suspects with the gun down the street and jumps into that car. and they take off. it sounds like the two officers returned fire, but sadly one of the cops was killed and another one was critically injured in the shoot-out. >> it doesn't look like the police had any reason to suspect these guys w
its nose at the united states in the world community. china russia, south korea, japan, it conducted yet another nuclear test overnight. this time that rogue regime detonating a miniature rice eddie vice just the type would you put on top of a ballistic missile. ambassador john bolton, former ambassador to the united nations and fox news contributor, good morning to you sir. i want to connect two dots quickly. you had a missile test in september, a smaller test overnight that was first perceived to be an earthquake, now we know according to south korean officials it is something very different. what are you to make of this now, mr. ambassador. >> as you say this is the third north korean nuclear test. they are proceeding in a very systematic way coupled with tests of ballistic missiles obviously to develop a nuclear warhead that their missiles can carry anywhere on earth. we've seen this program in training for 20 years, and this third test is just another piece of evidence, sadly, of the failure of america's efforts through three administrations to deal effectively with north korea
. >> translator: i want russia to be truly free and democratic. i hope watching our broadcast will encourage people to work for a better society. >> reporter: with little income from advertisers, they are still not turning a profit, but are determined to keep going. she says freedom of speech is at stake. nhk world, moscow. >>> now students from the south pacific have traveled to northeastern japan to learn how to better prepare for natural disasters. they met with survivors of the earthquake and tsunami in march 2011. 18 students from the island of nauru visited students on the island of miyagi. this tsunami survivor took them to see a 2,400-meter long breakwater. she told them how the concrete structure was supposed to protect coastal neighborhoods, but the waves surged over it and swamped homes and businesses. >> translator: elderly people ran for their lives at that moment. >> she said seniors were thankful the tsunami escape route had handrails. she urged the group to always be ready for natural disasters in order to save lives. one of the students said nauru could be hit by a tsunami,
is still growing, and russia is still growing. india, which is the fourth of the brick countries, should have a better track in 2014. >> susie: depending which country you're talking about, we've seen investors pouring a lot of money into international equity funds since january. so can they expect to get a good return on international investing in 2013? >> susie, it is going to come down to everybody's timeframe. we are a culture that wants it now. we've been through a lot of problems recently that make people very risk adverse. if you have the patience to sit through volatility, buying emerging markets is a good investment now. however, if you still feel burned by what happened in 2007 and 2008, and are worried that a 10% pullback or a 15% pullback would make you change your approach, be very careful and buying emerging markets. we've had a great run since november and i would counsel some caution. >> susie: you are advising your clients to put their money mostly in u.s. stocks over international stocks. give us your thinking there. >> my thinking there is pretty straightforward. what
russia to be truly free and democratic. i hope watching our broadcast will encourage people to work for a better society. >> with little income from advertisers, she is still not turning a profit. but she is determined to keep going. she says freedom of speech is at stake. nhk world, moscow. >>> monday marks a month before the second anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated japan. thousands of people are still missing and authorities haven't given up looking for them. about 100 officers combed areas of the worst hit prefecture. they prayed for victims before beginning their searches. police officers and local officials searched uninhabited islands. they found some last november on another uninhabited island. >> translator: we are working hard to find victims, or at least the remains to return to their families. >> japan coast guard officers, firefighters and volunteers looked for bodies in ewata prefecture. police say more than 1300 people are still missing in miyagi prefecture and nearly 1200 in ewata. students from the south pacific have traveled to northeastern j
. >>> in russia an underground explosion at a coal mine killed at least 18 people. some 250 were in the mine at the time. authorities are blaming a builddown of methane gas. russian president vladimir putin sent his disaster minister to the mine to oversee the investigation. deadly accidents like this are fairly common in russia. just last month nine miners died in two incidents. >>> in the central asian nation of kazakhstan an unmanned cargo ship blasted off for the international space station. controllers tried a new trajectory that shortened the travel time and it arrived in less than six hours. usually it takes two days. along with food and freshwater the cargo ship is carrying letters from home for the crew of five. >>> in texas today thousands of people paid tribute to a retired navy seal who survived four tours of duty in iraq and was killed here in the u.s. chris kyle's wife was among those who offered a heartfelt eulogy. i stand before you a broken woman that i am now and always will be the wife of a man who is a warrior both on and off the battlefield. >> about 7,000 people gathere
is for tugboats to tow it to mobile, alabama. it's expected to arrive there on thursday. >>> in russia an underground explosion at a coal mine killed at least 18 people. some 250 were in the mine at the time. authorities are blaming a builddown of methane gas. russian president vladimir putin sent his disaster minister to the mine to oversee the investigation. deadly accidents like this are fairly common in russia. just last month nine miners died in two incidents. >>> in the central asian nation of kazakhstan an unmanned cargo ship blasted off for the international space station. controllers tried a new trajectory that shortened the travel time and it arrived in less than six hours. usually it takes two days. along with food and freshwater the cargo ship is carrying letters from home for the crew of five. >>> in texas today thousands of people paid tribute to a retired navy seal who survived four tours of duty in iraq and was killed here in the u.s. chris kyle's wife was among those who offered a heartfelt eulogy. i stand before you a broken woman that i am now and always will be the
the statement this week. it comes this week after the g-20 meeting this russia where the group is expected to -- from market determined exchange rat about growing rhetoric about currency wars. ross, it's kind of extraordinary when you're in a situation where they're talking about the need for emphasizing the need for market-based currencies. >> yeah, exactly. currencies were also discussed last night. the officials at the g-20 summit at the end of the week is a more appropriate place to discuss currency moves. >> silvia wadhwa is in brussels and she recently caught up with the french finance minister and began by asking him about just how concerned he is about the strength of the euro. >> in a strong euro to a dead euro. six months to go, the question is is the euro going to survive? the euro is going to survive. if people today buy the euro, it's because the euro gains confidence from the people. but at the same time, it's not a good news if we are not able to answer the aggressive attitudes on the parts of the world. we must fight the currencies. we must enter into currency wars. but at
. the communist party also performed nuclear tests in 2006 and 2009. russia has condemned this. no word yet from china's reaction to this. >>> now let's go to mike who's looking at president obama's state of the union address tonight. >> indeed. the economy, gun control, immigration, all big topics expected to be addressed in president obama's state of the union address tonight. here to talk about it, michael of "the washington post," a former speech writer for george w. bush. thanks for waking up with us. >> good to be with you. >> as we start with the backdrop of sequestration looming march 1, do you think the president is going to extend a presidential olive branch or continue his statement where he says elections have consequences and we need to move forward with my agenda? >> i think that's the big question tonight and the thing i'll be looking for. usually a state of the union is a good night for the president. he's on the main stage and everyone else is a prop. you like that as a speech writer. i've worked on six of these things at one point or another. but the problem is that he's addres
nations for not doing more to end the killings. russia and china vetoed three u.s. backed resolutions to sanction the syrian government. >>> pope benedict xvi will mark ash wednesday, tomorrow, with a mass. it might be his last one as the pope. he plans to step down, of course, in about two weeks. the pope blamed frail health but there are still many questions about his decision. vatican officials disclosed today the pope had a pacemaker implanted ten years ago when he was still a cardinal. they also clarified that the pope will not be involved in the conclave that will let his success dash elect his successor. officials expect to announce the timing of the conclave and say by the end of the week. >>> doug is here with more on our weather after this spectacular day we had today. it is almost impossible to imagine we can have snow tomorrow. >> even for a meteorologis it is almost impossible to imagine snow on a day after 60 degrees. that's pretty much what we have. we have the forecast that's just too warm for most of us to get any significant snow out of this storm. it was looking goo
and look for anything with an "o". we will win this for mother russia! coach, eat a snickers®. why's that, chief? you get a little loopy when you're hungry. better? better. now let's go for it! [ male announcer ] you're not you when you're hungry®. snickers® satisfies. >> this is wbal-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> much better than yesterday. we had rain yesterday. today we should have mostly sunny skies. a little on the pc side. high temperatures in the 40's and 50's. we will start with dry weather in the morning. snow on wednesday night. >>> most surprising thing was twitter changing tweet with his the dalai lama. he said geez, you sure ran out of steam quick. i've been the dalai llama. then the pope tweeted i guess being pope is a lot harder than just wearing a bed sheet all day #get a real job. then he wrote back at least i don't wear a -- pope responded come on, son, you know my hat is dope. don't hate the playa, hate the game #jealous much. >> my hate is dope says the pope. jimmy fallon. >> i love him. so creative. >> got ugly. >> i'm telling you. >> a smackdown. >> little bit there.
. they desperately need integration with both china. russia is talking about building and oil pipeline to the korean peninsula that would go through north and south korea and some oil from the southern parts of korea. there is a lot of talk about it, but i think before anything can happen, there has got to be some kind of peace and stability on the peninsula. >> thank you for being with us, independent journalist who has covered korea for over 30 years, tim shorrock. his latest book is, "spies for hire: the secret world of intelligence outsourcing." when we come back, the pope has resigned, the first time a pope has resigned and 600 years. stay with us. ♪ [music break] >> the legendary jazz trumpeter donald byrd died last week at the age of 80. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. speculation is mounting over who will become the next pope after pope benedict shocked the catholic church money when he became the first pontiff to resign in a 600 years. the 85-year-old pope cited ill health as the reason for his departure. >> dear brothers, i have conv
, is that they want to get on the same page as other neighbors in the region, the likes of south korea, china, russia and try to come together and form some statement on this. for right now, they're not issuing any comment in terms of any condemnation about this event in north korea, this morning. which as we've all said is somewhat surprising, because this event is not unexpected. we've been expecting this for several weeks now. and, of course, this follows that rocket launch back in december. john? >> we have the south korean foreign minister who, i believe, is standing by, who is joining us now. minister, could you please tell us your reaction to this news that there has possibly been a test of a nuclear device by your neighbors to the north? >> well, it was not a surprise, because north korea has said many times they would carry out a third nuclear test? >> can you confirm for us this has in fact been a test of a nuclear device? >> it's still not clear whether north korea carried out the third nuclear test or not. but the seismic effect in south korea can be interpreted as they did a nuclear test
prohibiting the regulation of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas until china, india, and russia implement similar reductions. there's a bevy, an ocean of meaningless legislation that is designed just again -- it's part of the smoke and mirrors strategy to say these are our values, and they are sort of -- that is enough. we don't actually have to do anything to solve the nation's problems. we are just here for ideology's sake. >> it's a party that doesn't believe in government. these are the kind of bills you propose if you don't believe in government. you don't care that they have nothing to do with governing. you don't care that they're going nowhere. in fact, the fact that they're going nowhere is one of the big -- one of the big pluses. >> to recommend it. >> it's a selling point. now, having said that, jared, there are plenty of things that the president has outlined in past state of the unions that have actually gone nowhere whether through dint of congress or just impractical. we know he is going to talk about stimulus spending, which is contrary to the republican party. in fairness
a full-blown nuclear power. china, north's main ally, also criticizing this test, as does russia, as does south korea, as does japan and many others. >>> president obama to give the state of the union address tonight. we know what one of his bombshells will be. cnn's jake tapper breaking the news. the president will announce by this time next year 34,000 american troops will be home from afghanistan. that's about half of all of the u.s. troops, who are currently in afghanistan right now. >>> the senate armed services committee will vote today on the nomination of chuck hagel for defense secretary. mr. hagel has encountered strong opposition from some members. but his nomination is expected to be approved and sent to the full senate for a vote. he's expected to be confirmed in just the coming days. >>> we only knew his first name, ethan, we knew little about his ordeal, just that it was an ordeal. he was held hostage for six days inside of this bunker in alabama. ethan and his mom are speaking out for the first time to dr. phil. >> how did you feel, when you heard that he might be crying f
with russia saying don't worry, this is sort of the last cuts that will be negotiated and modernize the force. article in the front page yesterday no,, more cuts to nuclear weapons coming. hagel nomination along those lines. this is a president who thinks the republican party is weak and divided and unwilling to fight. a big question for me will be what will the republican response, the tactical issues where they can zig and zag, but in principle are they willing to stand up and fight the president or not? i think the hague hagel nomination, which we were just talking about, the vote on clo sure thursday, the first vote after the president's "state of the union" speech ironically will be a key test. will 45 republicans, or 41 republicans hold together to say look, hagel may get through eventually but he is not providing the information he promised he would provide. there are speech texts we now discovered he didn't provide and other information outstanding. can you at least give us more than one day to
newland. but did not cite any specific timing. china, russia and the u.n. security council have all condemned north korea's underground tests on that nuclear device. voting on chuck hagel, nation to become defense secretary. the vietnam combat vet is facing opposition from fellow republicans for the vote and statements on israel. iran, iraq had nuclear weapons. in new orleans a little rain isn't dampening the mardi gras spirit on bourbon street, the parade began around dawn and rolled to french quarters keeping some people away. a quick look at your headlines, back to you, melissa and lori. melissa: happy fat tuesday. president obama expected to push for investments in tonight's state of the union address. even as the national moves hours on spending, investments. a fox news poll say cutting spending will be more likely to help strengthen the nation's economy compared to 13% who believe increased spending or investments would do the trick. will the policy be swayed by tonight's address? time now for the dobbs. lou: for the audience, it is perhaps of interest, person who started thi
to "cbs this morning." the u.s., the u.n., china, and russia are condemning north korea's latest nuclear test. we'll show you what president obama says during the state of the union. >>> and lightning strikes the vatican hours after pope benedict's shocking announcement. we'll see what the cardinals may be looking for when they choose a new pope. >>> first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> president obama is calling the test a highly provacative act. >> north korea's defied the world yet again. the country confirms this morning it conducted its third nuclear weapons test. >> destabilizing for the region, it's a threat to the united states. it's a threat to the international peace and security. >> the president came to power with a world view that's different. >> afterwards i heard him say i want to reduce u.s. influence in the world. >> you never heard him call call himself a liberal before the election. >> the vatican spokesman revealed that benedict has been wearing a pacemaker for some time and had an operation to replace the battery only three months ago. >> how will
done well with their sales. they saw sales improving in brazil and russia. so that did well for them. and you could see it here, above the $20 line. so they've also had a lot of cost cuts which does very well for a name like avon products. now great interview with eva longoria, and i have to tell you, some of the traders are telling me that they think we were separated at birth. i don't know. i think our viewers should write in and see whether or not they think there's some sort of similarity between eva longoria -- should i go like this? what do you think? stuart: it is uncanny, there's a direct look-alike quality right there. congratulations nicole. nicole: that's my celebrity look-alike. if i only had her businesses, her film and her life; right? she works very hard. i thought she answered your questions quite poignantly. you were on point. and she's made these comments before. she did well with her response. i thought it was a good interview. you even talked about the chips. stuart: are we done? nicole: can the viewers write in and say if they think there's a resemblance or not?
to do unless they get russia on board and some of these other countries? >>brian: one thing that would get their attention and china's attention is if you get nuclear weapons to south korea and japan. at one point we have to say we have to be able to protect our friends, we're under treaty. that is the only way we can do it. what's unbelievable is tonight at 9:00 there will be a state of the union in which the president will say i'm going to cut our nuclear arsenal by 40%. isn't that good. somebody get vladimir putin on the phone. hope he does the same thing. >>steve: are you saying on the day those crazy people in north korea do another atomic weapons test over there we're going to cut from, right now we have 1,700 atomic weapons of some sort. and the president is obligated by the start treaty to bring it down to, i believe, 1,550 by 2018. but he would like to go from 1,700, which is current, to 1,000 atomic weapons. and he could do that if he could get the russians on board. >>gretchen: you have to wonder if there might be a slight tweak in his speech tonight after what has happened
a lot of negative reaction to its nuclear test this morning. the united states, russia, and china, are among several countries condemning the test, which is half as powerful as the bomb dropped on hiroshima. >>> eight days of testimony begins today as the u.s. coast guard opens a hearing into the sinking of the qhms bounty." the 180 foot long sailing ship sankd osank off north carolina' coast. two members were killed. it was a replica of the 18th century british vessel. >>> passengers stuck on a disabled carnival cruiseship are finally on their way home. second tugboat helped tow the ship to mobile, alabama. the passengers' dream vacation turned into a nightmare when an engine fire triggered aa series of problems. the boat has been floating at sea and things deteriorated on board. john zarrella is in mexico, where the boat was going to be tugged by the jugboats. you have to head to alabama now. >> reporter: we have to wait here, who know what the next twist or turn will be. what happened was the progresso, mexico, was the closestiumph"tr" while waiting at sea it drifted north. by
, russia, all at each other's throats. jon: i was talking with gordon earlier. he said we tend to lean on the chinese and get them to stop this. he doesn't think that is viable solution this time. >> he is absolutely right. i'm not a buyer somehow we'll pull china on side with us to bring north korea into the fold. i just don't see how we constantly fool ourselves into thinking that. if you look at china, there is lot of people like to make what they do more complex than it is, just imagine what is in their best interests and expect them to do it. it is not in their best interests to promote instability in north korea. therefore they will continue to prop up that regime no matter what we would like them to do. >> they are worried about the collapse of the north korean government, mass starvation, millions of starving north koreans flooding into china. that is essentially what they're worried about, right? >> i think the risk, basically the north korean refugees will move south into south korea. we have demined at least three corridors through the demilitarized zone. the china nice and
." the u.s. u.n. russia and china are condemning north korea's latest nuclear test. we'll tell you what president obama will say about that tonight's state of the union. >>> lightning strikes the vatican hours after the pope's shocking announcement. >>> first, here's a look at today's "eye opener at 8:00 ". >> there are indications north korea may conduct a second test. this time of a missile. >> north korea defied the world yet again. they confirm they conducted their third nuclear weapons test. >> destabilizing to the region a threat to the united states it's a threat to the international security. >> the president came to power with a world view fundamentally different. >> i've never heard him say i want to reduce u.s. influence in the world. >> you never heard himself call himself a liberal until the election. >> they reveal the pope had been wearing a pace maker. >> how will the election of a new pope come about? >> we're going do see an openness to where does the church need to be going? how do we move the church into the 21st century. >> i understa
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